The Consulate General of Mexico in New York is the consular representation of Mexico that is located in the largest city of the American Union and its staff serves the Mexican constituents living in the tri-state area: New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
The main functions is to protect and defend the the rights and interests of the mexicans nationals, as well as assist and advice those who have suffered abuses, work related mistreatment or from authorities, putting first their human rights’ respect.
The Consulate promotes unity among mexicans by participating in community development programs, encouraging Mexican art and culture abroad, as well as promoting the information that contributes a positive and better knowledge of Mexico.
Programs and services that benefit the integration and inclusion of immigrants
Among the diverse functionalities of the Consulate, some of the services are:
- Travel documentation (Passport)
- IDs (consular ID, military service ID)
- Household Inventory Service
- Vital Records (birth certificates, dual nationality, marriage certificates, wills)
- Powers of Attorney
- Visas for foreign nationals (tourist, permanent, diplomatic, students, etc)
- Protection for Mexican Nationals